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Marisa Mackle

Vogue Williams puts stunning Howth townhouse on market for €1.3million

Vogue Williams has revealed what it was like growing up with famous neighbours - as she puts her Dublin home on the market for €1.295million.

The mum-of-three who is married to UK reality star, Spencer Matthews, revealed that her childhood family home was just a few doors away from Thin Lizzy frontman Phil Lynott's in Howth, Co Dublin - and that her mother often attended parties in his house.

Vogue, who now lives in the UK with her family, is selling her swanky Howth home which she bought three years ago for just under €1million.

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The model revealed that when she grew up in the area, she served the late Gay Byrne - one-time presenter of The Late Late Show - in a local shop where he used to buy his groceries.

She told comedian Joanne McNally on their joint podcast, My Therapy Ghosted Me: "My mum was friends with Thin Lizzy.

"They knew each other very well."

Vogue Williams' Howth home Kapiti (Gallagher Quigley)

She added: "Gay Byrne used to come into the shop that I worked in, and I counted money out of his hand one time."

Vogue hopes to buy another home in the area - which has long attracted the rich and famous.

Celebrities who have houses in Howth include U2’s Larry Mullen, artist Jim Fitzpatrick and Hollywood star Brendan Gleeson.

Vogue has extensively remodelled her Howth property and has provided fans with regular updates on social media on its progress over the last three years.

The popular podcaster previously owned a two-bedroom apartment in the pretty harbour village before snapping up her current house, named Kapiti.

Vogue admitted to falling in love with the home as soon as she saw it.

But now she has decided to sell the three-storey townhouse on the exclusive Thormanby Road.

The three-bed home is likely to attract a lot of interest from buyers with its big open balcony, overlooking the Irish sea.

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